Bronwyn Fancourt
Bronwyn Fancourt
Department of Environment and Science Queensland Government, University of New England
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Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?
S Legge, BP Murphy, H McGregor, JCZ Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 293-303, 2017
Devil declines and catastrophic cascades: is mesopredator release of feral cats inhibiting recovery of the eastern quoll?
BA Fancourt, CE Hawkins, EZ Cameron, ME Jones, SC Nicol
PLoS One 10 (3), 2015
Regional seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in feral and stray cats (Felis catus) from Tasmania
BA Fancourt, RB Jackson
Australian Journal of Zoology 62 (4), 272-283, 2014
Evidence of rapid population decline of the eastern quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus) in Tasmania
BA Fancourt, CE Hawkins, SC Nicol
Australian Mammalogy 35 (2), 195-205, 2013
Do introduced apex predators suppress introduced mesopredators? A multiscale spatiotemporal study of dingoes and feral cats in Australia suggests not
BA Fancourt, P Cremasco, C Wilson, MN Gentle
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (12), 2584-2595, 2019
Beyond the disease: is Toxoplasma gondii infection causing population declines in the eastern quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus)?
BA Fancourt, SC Nicol, CE Hawkins, ME Jones, CN Johnson
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 3 (2), 102-112, 2014
Measuring, evaluating and improving the effectiveness of invasive predator control programs: Feral cat baiting as a case study
BA Fancourt, J Augusteyn, P Cremasco, B Nolan, S Richards, J Speed, ...
Journal of Environmental Management, 111691, 2021
Testing the role of climate change in species decline: is the eastern quoll a victim of a change in the weather?
BA Fancourt, BL Bateman, J VanDerWal, SC Nicol, CE Hawkins, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0129420, 2015
Diagnosing species decline: a contextual review of threats, causes and future directions for management and conservation of the eastern quoll
BA Fancourt
Wildlife Research 43 (3), 197-211, 2016
Making a killing: photographic evidence of predation of a Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) by a feral cat (Felis catus)
BA Fancourt
Australian Mammalogy 37 (1), 120-124, 2015
Avoiding the subject: the implications of avoidance behaviour for detecting predators
BA Fancourt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 1535-1546, 2016
Evidence of significantly higher island feral cat abundance compared with the adjacent mainland
PL Taggart, BA Fancourt, AJ Bengsen, DE Peacock, P Hodgens, JL Read, ...
Wildlife Research 46 (5), 378-385, 2019
Mechanisms of climate-change-induced species decline: spatial, temporal and long-term variation in the diet of an endangered marsupial carnivore, the eastern quoll
BA Fancourt, CE Hawkins, SC Nicol
Wildlife Research 45 (8), 737-750, 2018
More haste, less speed: pilot study suggests camera trap detection zone could be more important than trigger speed to maximise species detections
BA Fancourt, M Sweaney, DB Fletcher
Australian Mammalogy 40 (1), 118-121, 2017
Rapid decline in detections of the Tasmanian bettong (Bettongia gaimardi) following local incursion of feral cats (Felis catus)
BA Fancourt
Australian Mammalogy 36 (2), 247-253, 2014
Australia’s surviving marsupial carnivores: threats and conservation. In ‘Carnivores of Australia: Past, Present and Future’.(Eds AS Glen and CR Dickman.) pp. 197–240
ME Jones, S Burnett, AW Claridge, B Fancourt, G Körtner, K Morris, ...
CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, 2014
Top-down control of ecosystems and the case for rewilding: does it all add up
MW Hayward, S Edwards, BA Fancourt, JDC Linnell, EB Nilsen
Rewilding, 325-354, 2019
Variation in Toxoplasma gondii seroprevalence: effects of site, sex, species and behaviour between insular and mainland macropods
PL Taggart, BA Fancourt, D Peacock, CGB Caraguel, MM McAllister
Wildlife Research 47 (8), 540-546, 2019
Camera trap flash-type does not influence the behaviour of feral cats (Felis catus)
PL Taggart, DE Peacock, BA Fancourt
Australian Mammalogy 42 (2), 220-222, 2019
Survival histories of marsupial carnivores on Australian continental shelf islands highlight climate change and Europeans as likely extirpation factors: implications for island …
DE Peacock, BA Fancourt, MC McDowell, I Abbott
Biodiversity and conservation 27 (10), 2477-2494, 2018
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